rs1090-python

Crates.iors1090-python
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version0.2.4
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created_at2024-03-03 23:07:20.613074
updated_at2024-06-17 21:57:55.781703
descriptionPython binding to rs1090, a library to decode Mode S and ADS-B signals
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repositoryhttps://github.com/xoolive/rs1090
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Xavier Olive (xoolive)

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rs1090

rs1090 is a Python binding to the rs1090 Rust library to decode Mode S, ADS-B and FLARM messages. It takes its inspiration from the Python pyModeS library.

The direction ambitioned by rs1090 boils down to:

  • improving the performance of Mode S decoding in Python;
  • exporting trajectory data to cross-platform formats such as JSON or parquet;
  • providing efficient multi-receiver Mode S decoding;
  • serving real-time enriched trajectory data to external applications.

Installation

pip install rs1090

Usage

For single messages:

>>> import rs1090
>>> rs1090.decode("8c4841753a9a153237aef0f275be")
{'df': '17', 'icao24': '484175', 'bds': '06', 'NUCp': 7, 'groundspeed': 17.0, 'track': 92.8125, 'parity': 'odd', 'lat_cpr': 39195, 'lon_cpr': 110320}

For batches of messages:

>>> import rs1090
>>> rs1090.decode(msg_list)
...
>>> rs1090.decode(msg_list, ts_list)  # includes CPR to position decoding
...
>>> rs1090.decode(msg_list, ts_list, reference=(lat0, lon0))  # useful for surface messages
...

For FLARM messages (also as batches):

>>> msg = "7bf2381040ccc7e2395ecaa28e033a655d47e1d91d0bf986e1b0"
>>> rs1090.flarm(msg, 1655279476, 43.61924, 5.11755)
{'timestamp': 1655279476,
 'reference_lat': 43.61924,
 'reference_lon': 5.11755,
 'icao24': '38f27b',
 'is_icao24': True,
 'actype': 'Glider',
 'latitude': 43.6812864,
 'longitude': 5.150585599999999,
 'geoaltitude': 970,
 'vertical_speed': 1.0,
 'groundspeed': 18.698261951315153,
 'track': 29.655457935479006,
 'no_track': False,
 'stealth': False,
 'gps': 129}
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